I can't stop staring at the first peak. The one that led us to shut down, the one that turned NYC into a hell of sirens and morgue trucks, the catastrophe that killed tens of thousands of Americans — is in the bottom half of this graph. https://t.co/pbvnS443mF
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Milwaukee is another city, in the battleground state of Wisconsin, where the Biden campaign has moved to dominate the airwaves: Voters have seen an average of 139 Biden ads each day for the past week — and just 17 Trump ads. https://t.co/1ZmDBuoAzF
In seven of these eight battleground states, the Biden campaign is outspending the Trump campaign. And Biden’s spending has forced the Trump campaign to divert resources to Republican-leaning states like Arizona and Georgia just to keep pace. https://t.co/fYS47Skz2Z
wasn't planning on attending @NACIS this elex year, but managed to hop into few talks virtually. so glad I did bc @rudokemper’s work w indigenous peoples, helping them to create maps for info resources and to carry on their oral storytelling made me tear up. #nacis2020https://t.co/DWeRbfYsIN
"Without Roe, abortion would probably become illegal in 22 states. 41 percent of women would see the nearest abortion clinic close, and the average distance they would have to travel to reach one would be 280 miles, up from 36 miles now." https://t.co/er6VO3PhOJ
Cases per day first peaked in mid-April, when New York City and surrounding areas were hit hard.
Over the summer, the South and West were hardest hit, and cases per day surpassed the April peak.
Now, most Midwestern states are seeing record numbers of new cases. https://t.co/y54H3Y3K0U